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>>> let's get straight to "cnn newsro newsroom" with carol costello. >> soledad, thank you. >>> new this morning, president obama gets the endorsement of a much-loved republican. can it break the deadlock in an election that's just 12 days away? >>> also new this morning, the health of our economy. new jobless claims are out. it looks good. is it a sign the economy might be turning around? >>> a man loses his home to foreclosure and gets a mortgage settlement offer but it's not enough to even cover his first months rent. keith ward from michigan will join us later this hour. >>> and tigers fans, they are no fans of kung fu panda. gets things going with a bang. it was actually more like bang, ba bang, bang. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning to you. happy thursday. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining us. president obama is about to take the stage in tampa. and he'll have some big news to celebrate with his supporters. just over an hour ago, republican with vast crossover aappeal announced his endorsement for obama. listen to this from former secretary of state coli
eastern tonight on cnn. carol costello joins us from the "ne "newsroom." >>> hillary clinton says she is to blame. >>> and second debate will be moderated by cnn's candy crowley. mitt romney won the big coin toss. will president obama try to be more aggressive? >>> chris clooey, pro football player and political activist. >> to me that's flat out discrimination, the same as segregation or suffrage. >> on same sex marriage and paying more taxes and why he's so darn political. newsroom starts now. >>> and good morning to you. i'm carol costello. thank you very much for joining us. 12 hours before the big debate tonight and hillary clinton throws the president a lifeline. secretary of state taking full responsibility for the death of the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans. >> i take responsibility. i'm in charge of the state department, 60,000 plus people all over the world, 275 posts. the president and the vice president certainly wouldn't be knowledgeable about specific decisions that are made by security professionals. they're the ones who weigh all the threats and the
" with carol costello. good morning. >> i appreciate that. thank you, soledad. >>> those new e-mails and new questions of the murder of those americans in libya. suggesting the white house knew way more than what it was saying at the time. another republican candidate has to dial back comments on rape and abortion. it's a big race. and even mitt romney is forced to weigh in on this one. >>> bias accusation. did a major bank take better care of foreclosed homes in white neighborhoods than in black and latino neighborhoods? and is it happening where you live? >>> tigers versus giants. it's happening tonight. we'll talk to two of their former pitching greats. jack morris, i love him. >>> tropical storm watches up for the southeast coast of florida and maybe impacts across the entire east coast. forecast coming up. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. we begin with new revelations that could cast a large shadow on the presidential race 13 days before the election. they involve the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya
newsroom starts now with carol costello. >>> american airlines in full damage control this morning after new reports of seats coming loose mid flight. inspectors are on the case. >>> massive fireball, explosions and intense heat forcing dozens of people to evacuate. >>> and it's one, two -- there it is, three. they're n the detroit tigers, washington nationals and the oakland a's join baseball's playoff party. >>> plus -- >> american express in hot water with the government because of deceptive lending practices. customers could be in line for refund checks for hundreds of dollars. should beer you begetting some cash? find out. newsroom starts now. >>> we start with breaking news this morning. two u.s. border patrol agents have been shot in southern arizona and we have now learned that one of those agents has died from his gunshot wounds. the fbi and cochise sheriff's office, near the area where border patrol agent involved in that fast and furious program was shot and killed, brian terry. we'll have much more on this story, much more information in the next two hours of newsroom. >>> al
for being with us. certainly appreciate it. >>> time to get to "cnn newsroom" with carol cost ello. i'll see everyone back here again tomorrow morning. good morning, carol. >> good morning, soledad. >>> a major bomb plot busted. the target, the federal reserve in new york and the heart of the u.s. financial system. >>> 19 days until the election. and some voters still don't know who to vote for. seriously? we go inside the minds of the undecided. >>> it lasted 80 years. the computer did it in. the end of an era for a major magazine. >>> and saints fans sues for dict dictorial interference. say what? >> an fbi sting operation uncovers not only a bomb plot but possible assassination attempt. the targets, the federal reserve in new york city and the president of the united states. the suspect now in federal custody. he is 21-year-old quazi nafis from bangladesh, but in the united states on a student visa. get this, he has been studying cyber security at a college in missouri. prosecutors say he was inspired by al qaeda and tried detonating a 1,000-pound considar bomb out the fed. it was a fake,
before carrying out this attack, allegedly? >> that's right. carol, evidently, they were on to him for months. that's what prosecutors say. this happened just yesterday. he was on his way, prosecutors say, with undercover fbi agents, to the federal reserve bank and asked them to pull over. he wants to go inside a hotel nearby and make a suicide video. here is what he said, in part. let's see if we can pull up that screen for you. he talks about coming here to carry out -- i came to this conclusion, he said, targeting america's economy is the most efficient way to draw the path of obliterai tochlt n of america and also said he wanted to attain victory or martyrdom. >> what about these other plots, allegedly targeting the president? >> he talked about hitting the stock exchange possibly and even mentioned taking out president obama, but i'm told that that was simply an inspirational thi thing. he never took any steps in that direction, according to my sources. so, he was looking for some sort of economic target that he believed would really do a lot of damage to america's economy. he
on "starting point" at 7:00 am. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello starts right now. carol? >> thank you, soledad. >>> tale of the tapes emerge on the eve of the debate. they're designed to stir controversy. is anything really new here? >>> new this morning, more trouble for american airlines. after seats come loose on three other airlines. >>> wisconsin tv anchor takes on a viewer who call heard fat. >> that attacks like this are not okay. >> hear the advice she gives to children being bullied. and celebrating like an nhl star, junior hockey player scores a goal. instead of bouncing off the glass, he crashes right through it. "newsroom" starts now. good morning to you. thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. the countdown is on. first presidential debate 12 hours away. it's quiet now in magnus arena in denver. later it will provide the backdrop for what could be a game changer. as the candidates continue to prepare, a tape surfaces, one that "the daily caller" bills as obama's other race speech. a clip. >> quiet riots that take place every day are born from the same place
's debate. keep talking about it. we have to get to "cnn newsroom" which begins with carol costello now. see you back here tomorrow. >> thanks, soledad. >>> which presidential candidate is joenjoying a big bounce on t campaign trail today? >>> miguel cabrera captures the triple crown. >>> one billion users and growing, now news that facebook wants you to pay to promote your posts. >>> a strong generic version of a popular anti-depressant off the market. what consumers need to know this morning. newsroom begins now. >>> good morning. thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. it is the morning after the presidential debasement many americans are remembering not just what was said last night but over the weekend. remember the prediction that raised eyebrows just a few days ago? >> this whole race will be turned upside down come thursday morning. >> well, mitt romney has a lot more believers this morning after a commanding performance. most americans believe he trounced president obama in their first showdown. more on that in a moment. first, some of the reactions. even as the dust w
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in it our panel. we have carol roth, mike the pento, and our own rick santelli. rick, what are you seeing in terms of stocks, money moving out of equities and some moving into fixed income? >> many traders think this is going to be a rough and bumpy earnings season, a rough and bumpy guidance. they believe that the stock market has a bit of immortality thanks to the fed. in terms of interest rates, they believe if the actual data continues to improve in a real way, like some of the housing data points, some of the ism points, that we will indeed see an appropriate rise in rates. that threshold seems to be about 2%. so we're about 20 basis points away. they do see some optimism though. >> is that why you think the yields have gone up as much as they have in the last week for the treasuries? especially the ten-year. >> i think it's 50% year up and 50% the better data is reflected by higher equities. >> all right. keith, what about the -- you know, we seem to be feeling optimism here. we have the housing start number better than expected. housing has been a bright spot. the financials have h
. >> they sure are. carol maloney joins us with the "redskins rewind." carol, we're looking back at last year's regular sweep of the g-men. >> a lot of people are looking back at last year. the skins were the only team in the league to sweep the eventual super bowl champs in the regular season. definitely a highlight of 2011. but it's nowhere close to topping what happened when these two teams met up 21 years ago this month. dan hellie takes us back in "redskins rewind." >> october 27th, 1991, a day of redemption and comeback. joe gibbs had the redskins 7-0. but the giants are next on the schedule. a team the skins have lost to the last six times they've played them. in the meadowlands, a repeat performance is under way. new york leads 13-0 at halftime. while the giants defense is stifling, the skins offense is trifling. gary clark wants to hide. his quarterback in the end zone only to see the ball slip right through his hands. when a receiver drops an easy one like that, you have to go to him again. looking for clark one more time. the pass right on the money. clark right under it. but the j
, look at this, tracy byrnes, remember her? she use today know me and carol roth. do we need to be making a big deal about this? look at this. >> i went to a number of women's groups and told me could you help us find folks, and brought binders full of women. ♪ more than a woman ♪ >> we took a concerted effort to go out and find women who had backgrounds that could be qualified to become members of our cabinet. i went to a number of women's groups and said can you help us find folks and they brought us binders full of women. stuart: that binders of women comment has become a big deal. we all know, surely, that he meant that he had stacks of resume's from qualified women. and joining us now, look at this, tracy burns and carol roth. tracy, are you mortally wounded and offended by, or i forgot the words, binders of women. >> and everyone's forgotten it now. stuart: and the left has not forgotten it. >> then the left needs to get a life. those of us who have a life don't have time to dwell on this nan sense. he respects women and he's married to one and almost had condoleezza rice on hi
for a high temperature on sunday. and on top of that, it's looking a little wet for sunday. >>> carol's here. you would think if you got the best record in all of major league baseball -- >> go get them. >> it would be to your advantage, right? you don't even know who you're going to play, but you have to start on the road. >> i know. >> let me explain it to you. the nationals will take their show on the road to either atlanta or st. louis. it depends on who wins the winner take all wild card tomorrow. we know they're playing either the cardinals or braves on sunday. the fans debate which team they want, which team will be better for them. the players are ready for both. >> we talked about that yesterday and today, who we want to play here. we have san francisco, we could go to atlanta. st. louis. i think the consensus is nobody really cares. they're all pretty good ball clubs obviously. we're going to have to face them at one time or another. >> the point we're at now, if we want to do what we want to do, we have to beat really good teams no matter what. this is where the good teams are. th
. carole, thank you for ibeing here. >> it must have been fascinating. >> absolutely it is wonderful because what i like to do is pretend that they hired me as their coach. for each candidate and say after this debate i am going to coach you for the next one of what would i say. >> let us start with mitt romney let us take a look at wednesday's video. >> some of these gestures? >> he is gesturing out side the box of his body. that is fine because he has a lot of energy but if i were coaching cam is to watch that. do not get much bigger and to not let those gestures of of your shoulder because it starts to looked erratic instead of energetic. you have those gestures if you really are coupled with some that are toned down a bit. a bit more. >> people are confident. >> they definitely would say that he is confident, and well assured. >> this is another one from mitt romney that you wanted to address. >> he did a lot of swing. and without contained energy he started to bounce the shoulders. and the type of executive you want to keep even shoulders. and that energy but you want to have co
." cnn continues right now with ashleigh banfield. >> thank you, carol. it's 11:00 on the east coast, 8:00 on the west coast. we begin with a plot to blow up the federal reserve foiled. nafis was here in the united states on a student visa and he was studying cyber security. this is not the first time people hell bent on killing us have used us to hone their craft. terrorists from 9/11, we effectly taught them how to pilot their planes. luckily this time the bomb in this suspected deal was a fake, part of an elaborate sting operation by federal authorities. the prosecutors say this person was motivated by al qaeda. ali velshi joins us now to tell us how far the plot got. >> he was recruited in a sting operation. he expressed interest in committing these acts. it turns out he was working on his own. he did think he was working with other people. they happened to be informants and fbi sources. he gathered the materials to make the bomb, a thousand pound bomb, got down to new york in the financial district, parked his bomb there and attempted to detonate this bomb. >> not a sophisticated f
day out there. >> great crowd, great ladies. easy to pick two makeovers today. >> carol is 62 from albany, new york. she told us she can't do anything with her hoda hair. she begged us to help her tame her mane. oh, she does have my hair. >> carol has a lot to say. i'll hand you the mike. >> good morning, kathie lee and hoda. want to let you know, you think you have hair problems? look at me. i need help. i'm going to have jill and louis p help me today. especially here. let's have a great time, i am ready. >> she is adorable. >> i like it, especially here because she knows the spot. we have her daughter-in-law tracy. raise your hand. friends cindy and elaine. please keep on your blind folds till you give you the green light. here is carol van buren before. let's see the new hair. >> you look hot. wow! >> take off your blind folds, ladies. >> you look so hot. >> are you ready? >> i'm ready. oh, my god! >> you look hot. >> wow. >> carol, would you look at that camera. >> what happened, louis? >> number one that is such a great haircut. you check that problem area she was talking abo
a president can really do. >> chris: robert carol spent almost half his life telling the story of lbj. he says he is a not a power, how. you get it and what you do with it and johnson he says was a genius at both. >> chris: how long did you think it was going to take you? >> i thought about ten years. >> chris: and now we are, what, 36 years into this? >> something like that. >> chris: the breadth and depth of the work is stunning. since 1976, caro has written four books, 3400 pages, winning almost every award there is starting with the pulitzer and not yet to johnson and vietnam. why has it taken so long? when caro looked at how johnson was first elec elected so the e in 1948 by 40 votes he wrote a book about it. >> nobody has ever looked and said this is what a stolen election it. >> chris: and the late evangelicals tells how johnson succeeded john kennedy and saved his agenda. >> he takes legislation that wasn't going to pass civil rights, the tax cut bill and in an in tant johnson gets it moving towards passage. >> thank you very, very, very much. >> chris: last week, caro took part in the
chairman carol eisa. -- daryl isa. >> yesterday made a significant press announcement. the documents in that book all indicate unclassified. are you prepared to deliver those documents to us at this time? >> my understanding is that we made an information available last night and this morning. that material is still here and we would be glad to meet with committee or staff afterwards. >> no, we want it for this hearing. the information was not classified. it was perhaps embarrassing. can you make that available at this time? >> mr. chairman, the individual pieces may be classified, but the totality must be considered to be restricted. the context is important. >> i agree with you. with that, i now move that the unclassified document of september 11, 2012, appearing above the signature of the ambassador, to place in the record. without objection, so ordered, the staff will distribute it. additionally, i move that the document of march 28, 2012, replaced in the record without objection. so ordered. additionally, and these will have to be printed, the document of august 2, 2012, from th
was interesting, carol simpson moderated the 1992 presidential debate, and that was when you saw bill clinton, george h.w. bush, ross perot, they were the candidates at the time, and she said the town hall style doesn't allow -- specifically she saiding for a female moderator to ask some of the tough questions because it really is just kind of passing the mike from person to person. what do you think of that, what her critique? >> i'm not sure what the -- actually i have carol's debate on a dvd in my office, and i was going from the most recent. i have seen charlie gibson, and -- this debate has -- once the table is kind of set by the town hall questioner, there is then time for me to say, hey, wait a second. what about x, y, z? you said this or you said that. you're sort of the -- they launch the discussion, and then the moderator furthers the discussions as you said this and now you say that. that kind of thing. we hope that kind of group effort can pin down both of these men on a variety of issues. >> and watching the last debate, candy, what do you take away with that in terms of how both
. >>> time to get to "cnn newsroom" with carol cost ello. i'll see everyone back here again tomorrow morning. good morning, carol. >> good morning, soledad. >>> a major bomb plot busted. the target, the federal reserve in new york and the heart of the u.s. financial system. >>> 19 days until the election. and some voters still don't know who to vote for. seriously? we go inside the minds of the undecided. >>> it lasted 80 years. the computer did it in. the end of an era for a major magazine. >>> and saints fans sues for
members of a historic tall ship off of north carol line's outer banks to abandon ship. they are now adrift in life boats in 18 foot seas. the coast guard has so far plucked 14 of those crewmembers of the hms bounty, is the sthip that we're talking about. it is off cape hatteras, about 160 miles from the eye of the storm. winds of 40 miles an hour reported out there. the ship was used in the 1960 film, ""mutiny on the bounty"". some wondering what it was doing out there anyway. more details as it comes in. bill: book here live in cincinnati, ohio. you look at this part of the country and you think about the vote in past presidential races and how critical and important the vote has been in this part of the country. it is truly stunning when you look at the history. back out here live in cincinnati with the city behind us. living in new york, martha, we rarely see a political ad but the people in ohio, it is an absolute blizzard of tv spots, both day and night. one gentleman called me it is hate it. v. the ads are so negative i worn out the mute button on my own television. it is razor tight
even with the mclaughlin group. carol jenkins and the award-winning former television news anchor correspondent and with the women's media center. [applause] lisa matthews of planning editor for the associated press broadcast. [applause] longer introductions later president of the feminist majority foundation. [applause] and the publisher of "ms." magazine and gloria steinem co-founder of "ms." magazine [cheers and applause] of light to salute they keep people. associate editor, but local editor, our design design, publishing coordinator, and directing the classroom program director. [applause] for more about "ms." magazine i urge our television audience go to "ms." magazine.com to be a part of this incredible movement that is so critical at this time in our live. 40 years ago when the first issue hit the newsstand harry reasoner equipped he gives it six months before they run out of things to say a lack of 40 years "ms." magazine is making history pushing forward to when inspired a movement that has fervor change our world. it has played a role in reproductive rights, against vio
, her name is carol loomis. she actually writes a lot of the annual report stuff for warren buffett, and she couldn't have been more wrong because this article was written to ring the death knoll for the hedge fund industry after the '68-'70 bear market. other than the mutual fund that i and michael, everyone got pretty severely beat up, okay? but today i could name 50 hedge funds that are over $10 billion. so the argument that the industry was over was totally wrong, you know, in that what is most striking to me, the largest hedge fund in 1968 was $220 million. start-ups are starting with billions of dollars today. so it's a cyclical growth industry, and if you produce the returns, you'll grow. and if you don't, you'll atrophy. it's a little like darwinism, right? survival of the fittest. so don't think if you go into the business that it's just up, up, up, up and no hiccups along the way. what separates the men from the boys is how you do in periods of adversity and how you deal with it. in the last 20 years i've had three years where i've had losses for my investors. difficult, i
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